Ed. 7 October 19, 2020
UNITY DAY | OCTOBER 21
Our first Unity Day will take place on Wednesday, October 21st. On this day we wear orange to come together against bullying, and stand united for kindness, acceptance, and inclusion. Please encourage your students to wear orange and promote kindness. This Unity Day's topic is Identity. We want to know what makes our students unique. In order for our students to celebrate their identity, we have created a contest for students to express themselves. Check out the below flyer for more details!
Harvest for the Hungry Kids Helping Kids Virtual Campaign October 1–November 25, 2020
- Food insecurity impacts a child's ability to learn
- Every dollar collected is equivalent to 8 pounds of food
- COVID-19 increased the number of needy families in our community
- In Anne Arundel County, 1 in 8 families struggle with food insecurity
Awards are given to schools that collect the most funds, including an award for the most funds collected by a school with less than 350 students. Be sure to select your school to ensure they get credit for your donation! Your monetary donation will make a difference for families throughout our school and community. Proceeds directly benefit the Anne Arundel County Food & Resource Bank. We Thank You!
PVA Extended Day
PBIS INCENTIVE | 10/19 – 10/23
Back to school clarifiation
Grade book codes
Click Here to find presentation information and sign up for a "Virtual Information Meeting"
In the Community
Annual Conflict Resolution Day Bookmark Art Contest
To Enter: Please go to our website for complete details and an entry form at: https://mdcourts.gov/macro/bookmarkcontest2020.
Theme: Subject matter should reflect a conflict resolution or prevention theme, such as peer mediation, talking things out, apologizing, respecting differences, diversity, inclusion, solving problems together, listening, peacebuilding, or alternatives to violence. To see images of past winners, visit: https://www.mdcourts.gov/macro/eventsconflictresolutiondayarchive.
Deadline: All submissions must be entered online or postmarked by Friday, November 13.
Submissions can be uploaded online at: https://mdcourts.gov/form/2020-conflict-resolution-day-boo or mailed to:
Bates Shout Out
If you believe you are eligible for P-EBT and have not received your benefits, click here to complete a "Customer Inquiry Form"
You do not need to submit an application if your children were automatically approved (directly certified) for free meals during the 2020-2021 school year.